Rep. Steve Holland, D-Plantersville, responds to a suggested Medicaid bill during floor debate Feb. 8 at the Capitol in Jackson. Mississippi enacted a law in April that will require the state to hire a private contractor to create a new computer system to review and more frequently check the eligibility of people participating in Medicaid and the federal food stamps program
Rep. Steve Holland, D-Plantersville, responds to a suggested Medicaid bill during floor debate Feb. 8 at the Capitol in Jackson. Mississippi enacted a law in April that will require the state to hire a private contractor to create a new computer system to review and more frequently check the eligibility of people participating in Medicaid and the federal food stamps program Rogelio V. Solis AP File
Rep. Steve Holland, D-Plantersville, responds to a suggested Medicaid bill during floor debate Feb. 8 at the Capitol in Jackson. Mississippi enacted a law in April that will require the state to hire a private contractor to create a new computer system to review and more frequently check the eligibility of people participating in Medicaid and the federal food stamps program Rogelio V. Solis AP File

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